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John Mehrkens

Loan Officer Assistant

Merrimack Mortgage Company Inc

HQ Phone:  (603) 606-3248

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Merrimack Mortgage Company Inc

1045 Elm Street Suite 601

Manchester, New Hampshire,03101

United States

Company Description

Merrimack Mortgage Company, Inc., headquartered in Manchester, NH has grown to become a leader in New England residential lending over the last 12 years. Through Merrimack I have access to the widest array of loan programs always delivered at the most competit... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Hands & Voices


Vice President Development

Presbyterian Homes


Vice President

Senior Housing Partners


Affiliations

Minnehaha Creek Watershed District

BOARD OF MANAGERS Member


Education

BS degree

Economics

University of Minnesota


Web References(54 Total References)


Hands & Voices :: Guide By Your Side Programs

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Betty Shuler
bds.shuler@gmail.com


Presbyterian Homes Wayzata Development Takes Shape | CWN Minnesota/Wisconsin Land Brokers

www.landmnwi.com [cached]

"We're on track and we want to stay on track," said John Mehrkens, vice president of project development for Roseville-based Presbyterian Homes & Services.
Of the 90 units, 87 percent are pre-leased now and of those, 70 percent of the residents are coming from within a 5- or 6-mile radius of Wayzata, Mehrkens said. Of the retail space, 75 percent is pre-leased, he said, with Lunds being the anchor tenant.


www.macphilanthropies.org

At Carondelet Village on the campus of the St. Catherine University, the project came about because the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet wanted to make the community "an eco-friendly," said John Mehrkens, vice president of development at St. Paul-based Senior Housing Partners, a subsidiary of Presbyterian Homes.
The organization installed geothermal to the three-building Folkestone in the Promenade of Wayzata, 100 Promenade Ave., because the structure rests on pilings. Placing the piping into the concrete pilings added only an "incremental cost" to the 253-unit senior community, Mehrkens said. Moreover, he felt comfortable that the technology of heat pumps, more commonly used in the South, would be able to handle Minnesota Winters. He added that geothermal makes better financial sense for owners not looking to sell anytime soon. "As a long-term owner of these properties, we have a little different perspective," Mehrkens said.


Land Industry News | Minnesota & Western Wisconsin | LandMnWi

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"We're on track and we want to stay on track," said John Mehrkens, vice president of project development for Roseville-based Presbyterian Homes & Services.


minnehahacreek.org

James Wisker and Chris Meehan appeared before the Board of Managers with John Mehrkens of Presbyterian Homes to review the history and present future plans for the redevelopment of the Wayzata Bay Center area for purposes of possible District cost-share funding.
In September 2013, Mr. Mehrkens reported, he received a letter stating that the project was no longer eligible for funding from the District. After several months staff responded to inquires about why the project was not eligible for funding any more with an indication that staff was re-reviewing the project for possible funding. Mr. Mehrkens stated that Presbyterian Homes meanwhile went ahead and started the second phase of the project. Mr. Mehrkens stated that Presbyterian Homes could structure the reimbursement over two years, if that helps.


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